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Crunchy Chicken Nuggets
In a small bowl, place the milk and egg and mix together with a fork by beating slightly. On a piece of wax paper, place…
Creamy Tomato Chicken Dip
Heat frypan to medium temperature. Add chicken, onion and garlic and cook, stirring, until chicken is brown and onion is tender, about 5 minutes. Add…
Indian Spiced Walnuts
Coat a large, shallow, baking pan with non-stick vegetable spray. Mix egg whites with spices. Stir in walnuts and coat thoroughly. Spread in prepared pan. …
Pistachio-Crusted Pork Tenderloin Bruschetta
Heat oven to 425F. Place parsley and nuts in blender or food processor container. Cover and blend or process just until crumbly, but not paste…
Jerk Pork Bites
Place pork in 1/2-gallon self-sealing plastic bag. Combine oil, lime juice and vinegar; add sugar, seasons, onion and garlic. Mix until blended. Pour over pork….
Cream Cheese Walnut Wafer Cookies
Thin, crisp, not-too-sweet rounds with a strong hint of cinnamon; perfect for afternoon tea. Make the dough at least a few hours ahead of time (longer is okay) and store in the refrigerator or freezer. Then preheat the oven, and “roll or slice & bake.” You can reduce the calories by using a plant sterol or canola spread in place of the butter, but the results will not be quite as crisp. You can compensate by baking the cookies slightly longer.
Biscotti Walnut Mix
This fun snack of sweet, spicy walnut cookies and dried fruit goes well with coffee, tea, hot cider or a glass of milk.
Honey-Chili Spiced Walnuts
So simple and so tasty, these nibbles can be made in minutes but last weeks if you can resist snacking.
Creamy Blue Cheese Spread
Simple and tasty, this dip is perfect for using up odd pieces of cheese left in the refrigerator.